Social Media and Disney: A Good Mix?

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Did someone say Disney? I can smell the Main Street Bakery now. Mickey-shaped waffles, freshly popped popcorn, that distinct water smell from the Pirate’s of the Caribbean ride.

Disney World is my home away from home. Naturally, I am planning trips every week. Do I book all of these trips? Of course not. Do I enjoy “fake” planning them? Duh – I can’t be the only one who does this.

The best thing about planning all of these trips is that Disney has made it so much easier to do from the comfort of your own home. Does anyone really like leaving the house these days when you can plan a trip in your pajamas while sitting on the couch?

“So, where do I begin?”

My Disney Experience is the best tool to get you started when looking to book a trip to the happiest place on earth. This can be done using your browser or downloading the app to your mobile device. This tool includes a place to search resorts, theme park tickets, park reservations, and so much more. Want to browse the menu for Cinderella’s Royal Table? Easy!

While this tool is definitely key to your trip planning, one of the best resources for more knowledgeable tips and tricks are social media influencers. Do you want to know more about the best eats in Disney World? Go to YouTube and check out DFBGuide. Interested in more of a family-oriented Disney channel? TheTimTracker is my go-to. What about interesting and helpful tips to help plan your trip? Serena over at Living By Disney is one of the best!

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The power of social media is growing quickly and Disney is being smart about it. They have created a Disney Creators Lab which include “20 emerging influencers with diverse backgrounds who also are brand fans to launch the Disney Creators Lab, and they will be schooled by the brand to create content to engage TikTok, YouTube and Instagram users. None of the influencers are being paid, but they will receive a trip to Walt Disney World and on a Disney Cruise Line next year,” Garett Sloane, Ad Age Digital News. Still a pretty sweet deal, don’t you think?

Whether you’re more of a blog person, a vlog person, or just a regular TikTok addict, there is a variety of Disney content for everyone on various social media platforms. Now to find the one that suits you best.


Planning your next visit to the Happiest Place on Earth? Check out these social media influencers for the best tips and tricks! Social Media and Disney: A Good Mix?

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Eager to plan a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth, but not sure where to start? Check out these social media influencers for the best tips and tricks! Social Media and Disney: A Good Mix?

2 thoughts on “Social Media and Disney: A Good Mix?

  1. Disney is definitely ahead of the game when it comes to marketing and customer service so it is no surprise they have come up with the Disney Creators Lab. This is a brilliant idea to tap into the minds of those whom are social influencers and let them promote Disney through a variety of social media platforms such as Tik Tok, snapchat and Instagram. The best part is it is costing them nearly nothing, a prepaid trip to Disney! I would expect no less from Disney😄

  2. I find your blog very helpful as we are planning to take our seven-year-old to Disney. While I want it to be the best experience for her, I want it to be and enjoyable time for us too. So, I will definitely revisit the food and fun-time tips and recommendations on your blog.

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